3 Replies Latest reply on Oct 11, 2014 4:23 PM by pav194701

    Quadro K620 and ten bit Monitors

    pav194701

      I use Lightroom5 and Photoshop, Windows 7 PC, 16GB RAM, Decent AMD Processor, One Ten bit Monitor.  Can any one advice if the K620 be toooo sloooow?  Any one using a similar environment?

        • 1. Re: Quadro K620 and ten bit Monitors
          cc_merchant Level 4

          Not at all. If anything is too slow, it is the AMD CPU.

          • 2. Re: Quadro K620 and ten bit Monitors
            JEShort01 Level 4

            The Quadro K620 could be too slow for some Photoshop workflows. The memory bandwidth, which does impact 2D work, is the slowest of the whole Quadro desktop family at 29 GPps. If you are simply working with static photos, this may not be a bottleneck. However, if you are doing lots of culling (using Bridge or Lightroom to go quickly through lots of high-res photos like in sports photography), then you would definitely notice better performance with a faster card. The K2200 would probably be able to keep up with the rest of your system at 80 GBps. Note also that the really high memory bandwidth cards (i.e. K6000 with 288 GBps) are faster still, but again for Photoshop work anything over 100GBps would probably not "feel" any faster.

             

            Regards,

             

            Jim

            • 3. Re: Quadro K620 and ten bit Monitors
              pav194701 Level 1

              Here's some more info on AMD Processor.

               

              AMD FX(tm)-6100 Six Core

              16 GB RAM

              64 bit Operating System

               

              Any suggestions for improvement will be greatly appreciated.

               

              Thank you in advance for your consideration.